Stefano Sorrentino has categorically ruled out a summer move away from Serie A minnows Chievo Verona.
The custodian was linked with Juventus and Genoa last summer, but he ended up staying at the Bentegodi.
Recent whispers have suggested that he could be targeted by bigger clubs at the end of this season, but a switch doesn't seem on the cards.
“I don't feel as if I'm set to leave Chievo,” the Italian noted. “After all, I extended my contract until 2013 in December.
“I've made a lifestyle choice and I'm very happy with how things are going in this city. I like Verona.
“You also have to factor in that the goalkeeping transfer market is always uncertain. Just because I was wanted last summer, doesn't mean that I would be wanted this…”
Roma are known to be one of the top clubs on the look out for a new custodian.
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